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The Data-Driven Audit: How Automation and AI are Changing the Audit and the Role of the Auditor

Published on: Jun 30, 2020

For many auditors, using automation and analytics is a first step in their digital journey towards an AI-enabled audit. Much like the digital advancements that preceded it, AI will perform repetitive tasks, provide greater insights and improve efficiencies and quality, allowing auditors to better use their skills, knowledge and professional judgment. As digital progress continues, the questions increase. What role will an auditor play in a world dominated by AI? How will the audit of the future change? What are the limitations of AI?


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